In Too Deep
This is may be a more controversial one. Stemming from my experiences in how my professors–people who push the boundaries of human knowledge in very specific subjects–act, I gather that one can become very entrenched in the way things are or the way things work. Someone who knows literally nothing about a subject doesn’t know the bounds at all, and can’t necessarily appreciate the creative ideas for what they are. Those who see the boundaries, but aren’t nearly as entrenched in the subject can appreciate creative ideas for what they are, while having the openness to seriously consider them.